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Bangladeshi national shot dead in Saudi Arabia

Terrorists at Qatif city of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia have killed a Bangladeshi national, UNB reports.    Three more foreign nationals were also killed in the incident. Bangladesh Embassy Read More

Six Bangladeshis wounded in Singapore

At least six Bangladeshi workers were wounded in Singapore as a newly-built overpass on one of country’s road and rail construction sites fall down on Friday. Bangladesh High Commission in Read More

Bangladeshi worker sentenced to 17 years jail in Singapore

A Bangladeshi expatriate worker was yesterday convicted and sentenced to 17 years in jail and 24 strokes of the cane for ravishing and raping a woman at knifepoint in broad Read More

Thousands of Bangladeshi workers go on strike in Kuwait

Bangladeshi workers went on strike demanding different facilities in Hasabia of Kuwait Sunday morning. Thousands of workers of two old companies like Oil-Al-Nasib and Fazr-Al-Khaliz went on strike as the Read More

UK BNP-Jamat-Shibir in panic

London Correspondent:The government is in hard line due to the several times dishonor to the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's foreign trips. List of hundreds of BNP leaders and activists in Read More

Tulip Siddiq resigned from Labor frontbench

Online Desk: Shadow minister Tulip Siddiq has resigned from the Labour frontbench, telling the Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, that she could not reconcile herself to the party’s three-line whip to Read More

Nobel winner Yunus supports Cashless system  

International Desk: Muhammad Yunus, founder of Grameen Bank and winner of Nobel Peace Prize in 2006, has said, Demonetisation kills black money and has increased the liquidity of in India. Read More

3 peacekeepers killed in Central African Republic  

Dhaka: The UN said on Thursday that one of its peacekeepers, or Blue Helmets, was killed during an ambush in the northwestern part of the country, just a day after Read More

Malaysian employers to pay tax of foreign workers

Online Desk: Malaysian employers will be responsibleto paythe levy of foreign workersbeginning fromJanuary 1 on Sunday, said the country’s home ministry. Malaysian Home Minister Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi yesterday said Read More